Video can come in a multitude of file formats. Most of us just want to play the video. We don’t necessarily need to know why the video that a friend sent us on email won’t play in the video player on our computer. After all, we just want to watch it. Wouldn’t it be great if you could get the video into a format that will play on your computer or on your tablet or even on your mobile phone? The good news is that you can. That’s what a video converter does. You can use it to convert video from one format to another video file format. Then you can play the video with ease on the device that you want.
In this category, we’ve included posts that discuss all aspects of video converters. For example, did you know that you can do more than just convert video from one video format to another? You can actually convert video into a MP3 file so you can listen to it in the car or while on a jog. Whether you want to learn how video converters work or learn how to pick a video converter these posts can help.
Today, capturing family videos can be done easily and quickly with the phone in our pocket. That hasn’t always been the case. There was a time when wedding videos, family home videos, and school performances were recorded using video cameras and then saved on VHS tapes. Whether you have a stack of VHS tapes that . . .
Using RealPlayer to play and convert your video files is a convenient way to transfer files to multiple devices or repost them online. With a few simple steps you can download, convert, and transfer or repost files. Frequently, videos posted on popular sites like YouTube are in the form of MP4 files. While MP4 is . . .
Using RealPlayer Plus to play and convert your video files is a convenient way to transfer files to multiple devices or share them with friends online. With a few easy-to-follow steps you can download, convert, and transfer, or repost videos online. One of the forms videos can take online is that of a Windows Media . . .
When low memory warnings start popping up on your computer, it’s time to free up some space by converting MP4 to DVD. Yes, MP4 videos can take up a lot of space on your computer and you can burn MP4 to DVD discs, just like you burn MP3 music files onto a CD. When you . . .
So you got yourself a cool little iPod Nano or iPod Classic with widescreen color video. Did you know that you can watch your own videos on your video iPod using an iPod video converter? These iPod video converters are easy to use and will move your favorite music videos, movie trailers, or home movies . . .
Downloading your favorite online videos and transferring them to a mobile device to take on the go is an easy way to share them with friends and family. Many online videos are in a Flash video format, also known as a .FLV file. These files require a Flash player if you want to watch them . . .
Let’s say you find a video on YouTube or another website that is in the Flash video format, also known as a FLV file. While it may be going away, the FLV file format is still very common for online videos so chances are many of the videos you like will fall into this category. . . .
While RealPlayer can play a multitude of file types, you can also use RealPlayer to convert files into the format that best fits your watching or listening needs. It’s a perfect solution for easily converting music or other audio files into formats that you want to make portable or more versatile. Do you have some . . .
The ability to watch video on different types of devices is a wonderful thing. Not so wonderful are the compatibility issues that often arise when you try to watch the same video on different devices. That’s because not all video players can play all video formats. Let’s say you shot a video with a camcorder. . . .
Everyone loves music right? There is an inherent value found in the relationships that people have around and through music. Unless you’ve been sleeping for a while (like 12 years), finding and listening to good music has become an increasingly social experience. It’s really simple, it goes something like this: “Hey, I found this song . . .